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Civil-Military Relations in China : Assessing the Pla's Role in Elite Politics; China Strategic Perspectives 1; June 2010: China Strategic Perspectives 1 ; June 2010

By Kiselycznyk, Michael

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Title: Civil-Military Relations in China : Assessing the Pla's Role in Elite Politics; China Strategic Perspectives 1; June 2010: China Strategic Perspectives 1 ; June 2010  
Author: Kiselycznyk, Michael
Volume: China Strategic Perspectives 1; June 2010
Language: English
Subject: Military, INSS, Strategy
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), National Defense University (NDU) Publication Collection
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2010
Publisher: National Defense University Press

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Description: National Defense University sponsored Policy briefs, INSS strategic perspectives, and Occasional Papers.

 

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